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Pregnancy brain Here’s what you should know

Pregnancy brain Here's what you should know

You anticipate all of the physical changes that come with pregnancy, such as a growing tummy, swelling calves, and, if you’re lucky, pregnant haemorrhoids. However, there are also conceptual shifts and physiological brain changes that occur in addition to these visible changes. You are not hallucinating things if you are forgetful, absentminded, or just plain […]

Post Menopausal bleeding could be a warning sign

Post Menopausal bleeding could be a warning sign

POST-MENOPAUSAL BLEEDING Menopause occurs in a woman when she stops having her periods for more than a year. The average age of menopause is 45-55 years in women. Menopause happens because of the natural decline in female hormone (estrogen and progesterone ) production from the Ovaries. Ideally, if a woman has undergone Menopause she should […]

A Beginner’s Guide To Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, is a collection of symptoms, affecting around every 1 out of 10 women of reproductive age. Being the most common disorder of the endocrine system, the symptoms of PCOS generally are excess weight gain, difficulty in losing weight, accumulation of fat around the belly, irregular periods, acne, excessive hair loss, […]

Planning pregnancy? Tips to prepare yourself to increase chances of pregnancy

Planning pregnancy

Planning pregnancy? Most pregnant women are aware that they must see a doctor or midwife and make lifestyle modifications. However, it is crucial to begin making adjustments before becoming pregnant. These actions will assist you in preparing your body and mind for pregnancy, increasing your chances of having a healthy baby. 1. Changes you need […]

Ovarian cancer- what you need to know

Ovarian cancer- what you need to know

An ovarian cyst is a tissue growth on the surface of the ovary that develops improperly. It can occur at any point throughout a woman’s regular menstrual cycle and usually resolves on its own. Simple ovarian cysts are unlikely to be malignant. The majority of ovarian/fallopian tube tumours, according to new research, are high-grade serous […]

When and how to take a pregnancy test

When and how to take a pregnancy test

A pregnancy test looks for the presence of a chemical called human chorionic gonadotropin in a woman’s blood or urine (hCG). The placenta produces this hormone. Throughout pregnancy, the placenta transports oxygen and nutrients from the mother’s bloodstream to the developing baby. hCG levels in a pregnant woman’s blood and urine grow dramatically during the […]

How to reduce risks of ovarian cancer

How to reduce risks of ovarian cancer

There is no way to ensure that you will not develop cancer in your ovaries, peritoneum (the tissue that lines your abdomen), or fallopian tubes. Most women have a one in 70 chance of developing one of these three cancers at some point in their lives. One risk factor is ageing; the average age at […]

How to maintain healthy vaginal hygiene

How to maintain healthy vaginal hygiene

Intimate hygiene is all about keeping your private parts clean and hygienic, as the term suggests. Many women are unaware of the difference between intimate and regular cleanliness and do not adhere to the basic guidelines for preserving a healthy vaginal. Vaginal secretions that are clear and white are typical. Certain glands in the cervix […]

How to cure PCOS problems permanently at home

How to cure PCOS problems permanently at home

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a complicated health problem that affects women of reproductive age. It’s an endocrine condition that causes the body’s levels of androgen (a male hormone) to rise. According to medical studies, PCOS can be caused by either hereditary or environmental causes. While there is no one-size-fits-all therapy for PCOS, making lifestyle […]